Suicide Rates Among US Army Soldiers Highest In More Than 80 Years

Now why would Americans serving with the Sodom & Gomorrah on the Potomac USA/DC military want to kill themselves?

US military personal have been killed, physically maned, mentally driven to despair from 20 years of slaughtering innocent women, little children and old unarmed men in countries which never attacked America, for the benefit of a country which has been attacking America since 1954.

They are being forcibly Killer Jabbed at the orders of their commander in chief best know for jabbing little girls.

With tranny flag “officers”.

Forced to shower and bunk with trannys and homos.

Backed up by a congress which seems to HATE America.

Now why the hell would Americans serving in the US military commit Suicide?

The Ole Dog!

Suicide Rates Among US Army Soldiers Highest In More Than 80 Years

The U.S. Army lost 176 active duty soldiers to suicide in 2021, figures show.

According to combined data from the Defense Suicide Prevention Office and a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, that’s the highest number of active duty Army member suicides on record since 1938.

Suicide rates within all military branches have continued to rise since 2015.

Compounding this trend is the number of U.S. soldiers and veterans who have taken their own life in post-9/11 wars.

Brown University published a study indicating that 30,177 active duty members and veterans have committed suicide. By comparison, the number of soldiers actually killed in post-9/11 war operations is 7,052.

Some experts say physically and mentally demanding industries like the military put people at an elevated risk for developing Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). It’s one of the few mental health disorders that can be linked to a specific event.

“PTSD can also occur when you experience constant high-stress situations,” Dr Danielle McGraw told The Epoch Times.

McGraw is a licensed clinical psychologist and the owner of Flourish Mental Wellness in Scottsdale, Arizona. She has also worked with both active and veteran military members struggling with PTSD.

She says when people are feeling stressed, it can lead to feelings of hopelessness about their situation, which can spiral into thoughts of self-harm.

Another contributing factor is feelings of shame, which often factor into someone’s decision to take their own life.

Feeling Like A Pawn


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